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if spiriva can help. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." >> we are coming to you live from charlotte, north carolina. as we kick off the first major night of speeches at the dnc, i am joined by bill richardson, who will give us a preview of coming days. governor, good to see you. how are you? >> good to see you. >> sean: staying out of trouble? >> staying out of trouble. >> sean: here's the 47 million americans that are on food stamps. do you think they have enjoyed the last four years? the one in six americans in poverty? 25 million unemployed? it is not only are we better off -- are they enjoying this four-year period of obama? >> look, the economy's in trouble. people are hurting. there is no question about that. the president acknowledges that. but you know, sean, when he came into office, 800,000 americans were losing theirions per month. there are 4.7 million new jobs that have been created. i know the economy is hurting. but what this president wants to do is from the middle out, bolster the economy, in terms of middle class, for the worker. he's a pro-growth democrat. he wants to cr
tomorrow because we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: welcome to "hannity." we are live in charlotte, north carolina, the site of the democratic national convention. tonight, we are awaiting former president bill clinton's keynote address, coming up in just a moment. law student and obama supporter, sandra fluke will take to the stage. but that is being overshadowed by a bombshell reversal of the dnc platform as the party has re-inserted references to god and jerusalem. you may recall that earlier, delegates approved a platform that blatantly admitted such words. but fox news has confirmed that the president personally interceded to halt the proceedings and have the language reinstated. however, that task was far from easy because when the convention chair held a voice vote to authorize the amendment, he couldn't win over the two-thirds majority that he needed. watch this. >> all those delegates in favor, say aye. all those delegates opposed, say no. in the opinion of the -- let me do that again... all of those delegates... in favor say aye. [yelling aye]. >> all those d
ingram, and sean hannity -- those audiences would vote for obama. the question is do they turn out the numbers needed for romney to win. >> bill: absolutely. >> are they so scared of obama that they will do it no matter what because one option is better in their eyes? they probably will. >> bill: the problem for romney really is, that they have such huge audiences laura rush and george -- >> oh, yeah. >> bill: -- so their voices have a lot of influence. >> they have a lot of influence and i think they tell you something about the direction that a third-party -- a more conservative party is headed. there is a feeling that if romney loses, and the poll suggests that if the election were tomorrow he would lose. they are going to blame their losses on what they would consider a right fringe which is not a fringe because it is a very sizable chunk of audience. >> bill: indeed. dylan buyers for political. join the conversation by calling 866-55-press. dylan i think one of the best authors, best writers of so many areas, the economy and baseball and politics is michael le
will be touring around the country tomorrow and will be a guest on sean hannity on wednesday was in texas and in ohio. this visit tonight and blessed by this room of patriots the nixon library parents will go down as the same goal best appearance of my book tour. i am very proud to be here. [applause] it is an honor to be in this beautiful place and a wonderful tribute to president nixon. the staffas been extraordinary. time-honored to spend time with you tonight. god bless you. god bless america. >> please note is not the authors it is the great gaps that we give them. [laughter] be sure to grab one. >> our conversations here columbia diversity continue on c-span2 joint by helen benedict author of the loathsome soldier. professor use start out with a quote war happens to people one by one. >> i was struck by the quote i was following the war home to the heart of every individual, a phrase that i am quoting but it does affect every individual civilians or soldiers. it is a monster that reaches deep inside and turns every life upside-down. >> how many women served in iraq war? >> over 200,
? >> yeah, that's why you hear sean hannity and rush limbaugh go on and on on about how these polls are wrong. but forget just the head-to-head numbers and look at the other stuff, and what we have seen in poll after poll is just the reality that romney is just not catching hold. people will talk about the enthusiasm of the republican base to get out there and vote. but how firm are you in your support for your guy? for romney it's not only a much lower number, but also if you ask them are you more for that guy or against the other guy. romney's support is about half an by obama support. and that's not the same thing -- i know people can be driven by an mous and the desire to get someone out but it is not the same as supporters. >> bill: yeah like in my book if all they have got is i hate obama, it's good for the base but doesn't get them across the finish line. so how can romney turn this around? >> we have talked about this so much, and everybody talks about the debates -- >> bill: yeah, great first debate -- >> what he can't do is turn this around by campa
far this year. >> caller: because of the sean hannitys and the mark levines and the rush limbaughs and the john gibsons the ideology that they play across television and radio airwaves, a lot of white males tend to follow that. >> bill: they're the biggest listeners of right wing talk radio. but you know, when they hear this stuff why do they believe it? that's what i don't get. why? >> caller: i have no idea mr. press other than lack of education i would guess. >> bill: i would like to point it up to that. horace by the way, the name is bill. no one calls me mr. press except my wife, carol. >> you sound like a white male! >> bill: i sound like a white male on that note. thanks horace, for the call. we're trying to figure this out. seriously, this is a serious problem. i gotta tell you. i apologize again for my race and for my gender. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis
to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. sometimes you think you can see in their political coverage a kind of residue from the night before, but on big breaking stories that are not pathological they do fine, so does msnbc. here's my advice. we have to be more proactive as news consumers, everyone. there was a time when you could just be a couch potato. you get up and more, watch all bit of the today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate c
points of view. but it's transparent. they don't try to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. some is see today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate context. and if you do that, you've got a greater range of sources of information than anyone in the history of mankind. any keystroke you can access all the great newspapers, asia, europe, the offerings of the saudi foreign ministry, for example, or look at the economic report of the depar
. rick unger is a priliant guy. one of the liberals who goes on hannity's show and cleans sean's clock. we've also got rick pierce, kelley carlin, daughter of george is great. and jimmy dorr. reverend sandy richards. dino, a lot of great guests. you're a darn fool if you don't stay here. i will be here all week with tony. we miss you stephanie. we hope you're having a great time on vacation with your posse. it will be a great week. great time to be an american. i want to wish all of. >> beautiful day. have a great monday and a great week. thank you for spending this part of your morning with us. we're "the stephanie miller show." this is talking liberally on current tv. i'm john fuglesang. can't wait for the rest of the week. and be sure to tune in to governor granholm's show, "the war room" once again at 10:00. i wouldn't say it so many times if the show wasn't so damn great. travon, thank you. >> thank you for having me, i love the show. >> john: rick, thank you. >> thank you. >> john: it is a g
refs. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> what? >> stephanie: and sean hannity also accused this media of cooking the numbers. >> these liberal pollsters polling people who have cell phones and not land lines. but we get complaisant, every time we say obama has it in the bag, ten democrats stay home. >> stephanie: no, don't stay home. >> get out and vote. >> stephanie: all right. back with more fridays with fugelsang on the "stephanie miller show." >> romney: i love it. it's a fabulous program. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ what the current audience can expect from my show is the unexpected. >>stephanie miller challenges the system, now it's your turn. >>it's a little bit of magic. >>connect with "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at facebook.com/stephaniemillershow and on twitter at smshow. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ daisy duke's bikinis on top, sun kissed skin so hot they'll melt your pop sickle ♪ >> you know what else melts your pop sickle? leaving it out in the sun. >> stephanie: i just melted my wallet again spe
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